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hello to them. first, matt, as you know, we are following a lot of breaking news this morning. that video of a meteorite coming out of russia, absolutely incredible and frightening. >> this is the kind of thing you expect to see in a weird movie. you can see that meteorite as it's burning, as it streaks across the skies. that's over the euro mountains overnight. about 900 miles east of moscow. seconds later you can hear that loud explosion. >> unfortunately there's been some injuries this morning. let's get to duncan this morning in london. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this was up close and big. russia's academy of is russia's sciences said it was ten tons and traveled at3,000 miles an hour. no wonder people were panicking. so streaking across the early morning fire, a burst of light
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and an explosion of sound. these unverified pictures show the close shave with a meteorite. locals heard and felt the shock wave of it passing. on the ground, people stunned and unsure of what they had seen were left staring at the thick trail. this man said it lasted three, maybe four seconds. more than 400 are reported injured, many hurt by broken glass. windows popped out and a large part of this factory roof collapsed. this level of damage is rare, but meteorites are common. they're often smaller an burn up as they enter the earth's atmosphere. an asteroid the size of a swimming pool will make the closest recorded pass of earth. closer than some satellites. >> we understand it's going extreme he well and we can say there's no chance of it hitting
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the earth. >> reporter: this part of russia, that will be welcome news. some people asking if that asteroid fly-by we're expecting later is somehow linked. scientists say no. they're calling it a cosmic coincidence. savannah? >> thank you. dr. neil degrass-tyson is an astrophysici astrophysicist. >> good morning. >> is there a rare occurrence or just rare that it happened in the populated area and we have the incredible images? >> based on what we have seen in the past this can happen once a decade. in fact in the 1990s there was an air blast that occurred in the air space between india and pakistan. at a sensitive time when they were talking about nuclear armament and knowledge that it
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was an air blast helped to diffuse that it was an air strike in progress. perhaps once decade or so. most of earth is water. if this happens over the pacific, no one would see it. >> we'd see it happen in a populated area, had it been a big city like manhattan, right? >> of course. it's a shock wave, basically. the physics of it is it hits the earth's atmosphere and feels like a brick wall to it. because of how fast it is moving. and when you hit a brick wall you basically explode. that's what happened here. exploded in midair. that shock wave shatters glass or anything sort of fragile and breakable over a huge radius. remember the oklahoma city bomb that destroyed the building it hit, but of course much glass was broken in the surrounding area. that's the effect of a shock wave air blast of an explosion of this kind. >> this seems to have come without warning. is this the sort of thing that scientists aren't able to detect in the atmosphere? >> yeah. below a certain size asteroid, they come in without warning. exactly.
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above a certain size, a radar can detect them. the military certainly has a smaller threshold for what they can see coming in. by the time you see them coming in, there's no defense against them. something this size is not going to render the human species exstint. something large enough we could. that's what we're focusing on at this moment. >> let me have you weigh in on this, you don't think it has any relation shthe asteroid supposed to brush by earth today? >> yeah, it's going to dip below of the orbits so it's a buzz cut to earth. that will happen so many hours from now. by my read of the dynamics of the solar system, this just happens to be a coincidence. if it were not a coincidence you would see many more of these between now and when that big one comes by. because what happens is you get an asteroid that breaks up from the gravitational stress as it
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nears bodies during its life and so the asteroid becomes a train of objects that would then come hit one right after the after. this is so many hours before the next asteroid will hit. it's unlikely. >> all right. thank you for the science lesson this friday. >> we'll survive the day. i promise. >> good to hear that. matt, now back to you. >> words to live by literally. thank you very much. another big story we are covering, the ordeal is over for the passengers aboard that crippled cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. the relief could be seen on their faces as they streamed off overnight. nbc's janet chanly has more on that. >> reporter: good morning. the nightmare is over. it was after midnight when the last person stepped off of the cruise ship. for everything the passengers have been through, tired, hungry in need of a shower, the mood was almost festive. then, very anxious to get home
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as quickly as possible. finally, their ship came in. after five days of misery, a night of relief, passengers streaming off the carnival triumph carrying their luggage. tired. hungry, but mostly just happy to be back. >> glad to be on ground, everybody! >> united states, hey, nothing better. >> reporter: greeting loved ones with kisses, smiles and tears of joy. unprepared for temperatures in the 40s, many of the wayward vacationers wore bath robes to keep warm. buses took some to hotels. others opted to drive all night, impatient to get home. meanwhi meanwhile, cell phone images painted an agonizing week they left behind. a tent city set up on the pool deck, makeshift beds everywhere. then the bathroom situation. >> it was like being in a floating porta potty. >> but there was universal
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praise for the staff on board. >> they were great. >> reporter: including braise from the boss. >> i want to thank them very much. >> reporter: he apologized again. >> clearly we failed in this particular case. >> reporter: then went on board to apologize directly to passengers. >> i'd like to personally thank you for your patience, understanding and cooperation. >> reporter: but not everyone was in a mood to accept. and for some, their first cruise is their last. >> never again. never with carnival. never again. >> reporter: and at the 7:00 hour in the pacific time zone, you can see the triumph quickly disappearing behind me. it is out of service. however, they are of moving it to a nearby shipyard here in mow peel and that's where it will stay for a couple of months. we have the electric supply truck moving behind us. they'll do the investigation here and refurbishment here. carnival says it will go back in service. matt, back to you. >> janet, thank you. earlier this morning i
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talked to triumph passengers julie billings and others and asked them how they're feeling. >> so much better to be back. >> glad to be back. >> have you guys had a chance to take the world's longest, hottest shower yet? >> i did that last night. that was the first thing that we did. i got the kids in the shower and then it was my turn. >> we seemed to miss that. >> you were also traveling with a friend, lorraine and she had a tough experience. she broke her ankle. talk about the circumstances. i know you nursed her for the last couple of days. >> yeah. she took a nasty fall. the ship was dark and they were pushing us with the tug boats and so the ship was moving a lot and jerking and just so happened she got up to use the bathroom at that time and the ship jerked and she couldn't see.
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she lost her footing and the paramedics came in from the medical center, they picked her up and her foot was actually just hanging off of her leg. so she's in pretty rough shape right now. >> yeah. i understand she's going to face surgery. you say. i don't want to get too graphic here. in the last several days of the cruise, going to the bathroom amounted to using a bag. talk about your experience again. i'm not looking for the gory details how was rough was it over the last couple of days for the both of you? >> it was -- it was really rough. it was -- >> it was bad. >> it was like post natural disaster, but stuck on a boat with 3,200 other people and those poor workers trying to clean up after everyone and deal with everyone freaking out. >> you know, i'm glad you said that, those poor workers. yeah, because i have heard a lot of praise for the crew of this ship and not only were you as
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passengers dealing with difficult conditions, but they were dealing with the same thing and having to care for your needs as well. talk to me about them. >> right. i mean, they literally they're on the same boat. they're in the same boat with all of the same issues that we had to deal with. but they didn't have to just sit around and get through it. they had to work and try to keep everybody as comfortable as possible. clean up after the lack of sewage and it was just horrible working conditions for them. they had to put in extra hours and kept a smile on their face. they were amazing. >> their cabins were in the lower deck, so a lot of them were flooded. so you could walk through the ship and see them sleeping on the tables and on the floor and the hallways. some were sharing mattresses if they could find one that maybe was not so clean that somebody had already tossed because they had been soiled and so they
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would stack up blankets and towels that were used to lay on that. they were -- they're amazing. they just smiled and sang and danced and they were awesome. >> well, i think they deserve a lot of congratulations as well. the ceo of carnival has issued an apology. ladies, do you accept the apology, would you cruise again? >> not with carnival. >> not yet. >> not yet. >> not yet. not yet. i accept his apology. i know that it meant a lot for lorraine. he came and he actually carried her luggage to the ambulance last night for her. so that meant a lot. but not yet. >> yeah. it will be tough to get back on a boat. >> that's very, very understandable. we're happy you're on dry land and cleaned up. thanks for taking the time to talk to us, ladies. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> all right. and now here's savannah. >> we are learning more this morning about the murder case against olympic hero oscar
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pistorius, the double amputee who made history at the london games was formerly charged in the south african court this morning with the shooting death of his girlfriend. nbc's michelle kaczynski is there for us. good morning. >> reporter: hi, savannah. oscar pistorius sobbed openly in court, buried his face in his hands as the charge of murder was read against him. prosecutors called this premeditated. his agent just released a statement saying they dispute the alleged murder in the strongest terms and that pistorius sends his deepest sympathies to his girlfriend's family. >> pistorius -- >> reporter: olympian oscar pistorius keeps his head down. now shielding his face from cameras to and from court. the world's press is around him, charged with the murder of his girlfriend reeva steenkamp shot in the head and the body at
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pistorius' well-secured home around 4:00 a.m. on thursday. a 9 millimeter again was registered to him. neighbors had heard shouting earlier that night and there had been prior domestic disturbances there, but wouldn't elaborate. he detailed his need for security saying he kept a pistol by his bed, a machine gun and bat as backup. >> he talked about a number of incidents in which he had to get his gun and come downstairs and the next thing i knew he said, hey, do you want to go to the gun range? >> reporter: in 2011, he proudly tweeted his shooting prowess at the gun range. steenkamp, a cover girl, law school grad, soon to be reality show contestant -- >> i'm going home with sort of a sweet taste in my mouth. >> reporter: was set to give a valentine's day talk about empowering women. instead, her heartbroken family spoke about her. >> her future has been cut short and i do say shy' with the angels.
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>> reporter: the world is used to seeing oscar pistorius winning on the blades that earned him the nicknames blade runner. the fastest man on no legs. he made history running. now, emotional, accused and staying in jail. he'll be in jail until tuesday bond hearing. now, early on, there were the suggestions could this have been mistaken identity? could steenkamp have thought to be an intruder? and there were reports of shoutingshou shouting at the home earlier that evening. >> michelle, thank you. it as you can tell a busy morning. natalie has the other headlines. good morning to you. >> good morning. a partisan standoff in washington as senate republicans block a vote to confirm nominee chuck hagel. nbc's chief white house correspondent chuck todd has the
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very latest. >> reporter: good morning. president obama is and thi stan chuck hagel. as the former senate nominees put up the road block not only to kill the nomination, but also delay it. the yays are 58, nays are 40. one senator announced present. >> reporter: with that senate vote, chuck hagel came short of a 60-vote, and stalling his confirmation vote by two weeks. president obama was emphatic in his defense of the em battled nominee. >> chuck hagel who richly it was to get a vote on the floor of the senate will be confirmed as our defense secretary. it's unfortunate that this kind of politics intrudes at a time when i'm still presiding over a war in afghanistan. >> reporter: some republicans want more time because they say
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hagel hasn't provided enough information on speeches he gave in the last five years. others want more information from the president about benghazi. ultimately, hagel's issues with the former gop colleagues are personal. >> there's a lot of ill-will towards senator hagel because when he was a republican he attacked president bush mercilessly and was very ant ti his own party. >> leon panetta is still secretary of defense and he'll stay on until chuck hagel or anybody else is confirmed to replace him. natalie? >> good to know. chuck todd, thank you. now let's head to wall street. cnbc's mary thompson at the new york stock exchange. look like warren buffett likes his heinz on the cheeseburgers. >> he usually likes them with a cherry coke.
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he's teaming up with g3 capital to buy heinz for $23 billion. it's the largest ever takeover in the food industry. and a sign that big deals are back on wall street. even though that's not helping the dow. it is on track for the first back-to-back weekly declines this year. tiffany is suing discounter costco for allegedly selling counterfeit engagement rings bearing the tiffany name. that may have a lot of people looking at their left hand this morning. >> a big story. all right. mary thompson, thanks. an unbelievable debt for former san diego mayor marino connor. the 66-year-old has been charged with money laundering after a decade-long gambling spree in which she won about $1 billion but lost even more leaving her $13 million in the red. she attributes the behavior to a gambling addiction and brain due more diagnosed in 2011. o'connor pleaded not guilty. it's 7:19 right now. i'm all by myself inside the studio, but al roker is outside with the fine crowd.
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>> good morning, natalie. we have some birthdays here. sweet 16. what's your name? >> madison. >> we have another birthday, 16. what's your name? >> lexie. >> all right. happy birthday. and a 12th anniversary right there. all right. let's check it out for you. so we're keeping an eye on this system for the northeast. it gets itself together, movess along the coast and then saturday, you'll have snow along the new england coastline. cold air dragging out behind it. the different systems, the models kind of diverge a little bit. six to nine inches of snow from eastern long island up to caribou, maine. and there will be some lake-effect snow which we'll talk about coming up in the next half hour. we'll get to your local weather, but first, this message. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money?
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if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. 7:21. a live look at a beautiful start to the day over san francisco. can't even find a cloud in the sky. you can see old glory blowing in the breeze. that's offshore wind bringing temperatures up even warmer than yesterday. that means plenty of 70s all across the bay area. 71 in fairfield. 70 degrees in los gatos through the weekend. nice and warm for saturday. dropping off on sunday. the rain moves in next week. >> that's your latest weather. i hear you have a big crowd there in boston. >> and now they're bearing gifts. look at this this lady here
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brought us a boston cream pie sliced into individual slices already. >> the original recipe. >> original recipe. have you smelled that? >> i'm not going to fall for that one. >> we're overwhelmed by this crowd. it's very early this morning. we're here in boston. >> we want to thank all these people for coming out. we'll spend some time with them and show you around boston and we're going to talk, of course, about sports, food, music and that wicked boston accent. but first on a friday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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just ahead on our friday field trip, why boston is a big draw for hollywood.
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i'll tell you what we do. i want you to go out on the field and look for anything with an "o". we will win this for mother russia! coach, eat a snickers®. why's that, chief? you get a little loopy when you're hungry. better? better. now let's go for it! it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. state lawmakers pushing for tougher laws against so-called swatters after that popular phone prank put a san mateo woman face to face with armed police officers. those officers were responding to reports of shots fired and a possible hostage situation inside her home. this all happened at about 2:00 yesterday morning. the problem is the whole thing was a prank. it is called swatting because
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someone calls about a violent crime that requires a s.w.a.t. response or something similar. san mateo police defending their response saying reports like these are taken very seriously. however, that woman says it's a prank that could get people seriously hurt or even killed. >> something bad could have happened. there are so many guns on you. someone could have made a mistake and thought i was doing something that was threatening. it was frightening. >> so far no arrests have been made in this case. as for those tougher laws being talked about in sacramento, they include holding those convicted responsible for all costs linked to the response and it includes more time in jail. right now why are a lot of people smiling around here and doing this? it's because it's friday and look at that. >> and wait until i show you the temperatures today, jon. beautiful day shaping up. you can see this is from high atop san bruno mountain
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overlooking the san francisco bay. the sun is up. bay looking good. we'll see ripples out on the water later on as winds pick up offshore. temperatures right now in the 40s and 50s are going to climb into the 70s. even close to 80 degrees in some cities. hard to believe it's not going to last long. get it while it's warm. 76 in santa cruz. 71 in livermore. 72 in san jose. staying comfortable all weekend long. let's check your drive with mike. >> all right. san jose light volume of traffic. let's get you quickly to the maps and show you what we're talking about as far as flow 101 at 680. slowing on our maps just north of here. a crash that just cleared. there's slowing on the approach. south bay only 87 the other slow spot. south 880 continues to recover south of the san mateo bridge. no crashes there anymore. back to you. >> mike, thank you very much. we'll be back in a half hour with another local update. we hope to see you then.
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7:30 now on this friday morning. it is the 15th of february, 2013. and we are on a friday field trip to the great city of boston. and you're watching a changing of the guards straight from the 1700s when british red coats occupied this city.
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the boston alarm company band playing along. good morning. i'm savannah guthrie along with matt lauer. >> technically speaking, back in the day, those two groups wouldn't have been at the same cocktail party, but that's okay. they've come together for us this morning. and we've got a great, great crowd as well, gathered here at spaniel hall marketplace. they've been gathered since 4:30 in the morning. we truly appreciate that. we're happy to be here from new york city. something you may not know, savannah, new york yankees fan. >> oh, no! don't believe it. >> i'm kidding. i'm kidding. >> you know, we all know that you are the yankees fan, but apparently your death wish extends to me. needless to say, here in boston, people are wild for their sports teams, including the red sox.
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we'll meet three people who take the term rivalry to a whole new level. >> they certainly do. each and every year, when tourists come here they find a vibrant place known for its culture, its history and, yeah, those red sox. the city on the hill. the cradle of liberty. the hub. >> this is boston. >> this is boston. >> this is boston! >> this is boston. >> boston, massachusetts, the largest city in new england. a unique blend of old and new, skyscrapers nestled next to historic landmarks, marketplaces lining cobblestone streets. these very streets tell the story of the american revolution. each year more than 4 million tourists walk the freedom trail, 2 1/2 mile hike through time, encompassing nearly four centuries of history. paul revere's house, old north church, the site of the boston
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massacre. >> i'm standing where we read the declaration of independence to the people of boston for the first time. >> the backbone of boston? its vibrant neighborhoods, each with its own distinct flavor, from trendy back bay to north end's little italy to south boston, community built on strong family ties. born and raised in boston, this man used the city for his back drop of his best-selling books. >> there's no other place like it in the country. no place like it. i love the fact that it's a city where people very much walk the walk. they don't talk the talk much. >> regardless of where you live, seems everyone here is united behind one common cause, one reason for being, the boston red sox. sports here is a religion, then its cathedral is fenway park. you can't come to boston without coming to fenway park. this place is so cool, one of
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the most iconic sporting venues in the world. >> that's the grown monster right there. isn't that weird? >> i can't take you anywhere. we have a new yorker here! >> covering 48 square miles and surrounded by a beautiful harbor, boston is a city of charm, a place where the past truly comes alive. it is a fabulous, fabulous city. coming up, we'll learn how to speak with a real boston accent, sample some chowder, right? first let's go back to new york where al has a check of the weather outside studio 1a. >> i can see in that shot there that they still have snow piles left. may get a little more this morning. arctic air returning in minneapolis. 18. 23 in alpena. afternoon highs up to 15 degrees
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below normal. as we move into the weekend we'll have lake-effect snow warnings and lake-effect snow watches from michigan all the way to western new york. snowfall amounts generally three to six inches, one to three widespread. the rest of the day today, we are looking at snow showers around the great lakes, more heavy rain central and southern florida. santa ana winds kicking up again in southern california. snow showers in the northern rockies. air stagnation alerts in parts of interior oregon and you can expect a beautiful day in boston with a high of 49 under sunny 7:35 now. you made it to friday. what a beautiful day we have in store for you. temperatures are going to be climbing into the mid 70s, upper 70s on the way for some cities. gilroy, 77 degrees. 72 in san jose. 70 degrees in san francisco. so today we are going to peak when it comes to our warming trend. slowly dropping your temps saturday and sunday.
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as we get into monday and tuesday, we're really going to drop your temps and bring in showers. it looks like wednesday will see the most moisture come through. >> that's your latest weather. now back to savannah in boston. >> al, thanks. the passengers of that disabled carnival cruise ship may finally be back on dry land this morning. given the conditions on board, some people could face a number of health concerns in the coming days. nbc's chief medical editor nancy snyderman is also in mobile this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the carnival triumph is docked behind me. a lot of people are on dry land. as we talked to people last night and they explained what conditions were, one of the big concerns is that over the next couple of days people may still come down with illnesses just because of what they were exposed to. this is, in essence, a floating petrie dish, if you will. >> what are some of the more
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serious conditions they might be subject to, given the circumstances they were facing on that boat? >> because they were exposed to so much raw sewage, the real concern is stomach cramps, nausea and vomiting. it can take up to three to five days and sometimes in children up to ten days to exhibit. so although everyone told us they got no instructions from the crew or the people who owned the liners, one thing public health people are saying is that for anyone who experiences any of those symptoms, see your doctor and not self medicate. most of these things are limited but there were young and children and elderly on the boat. some people were taken off in wheelchairs last night and some put into ambulances. it is very important for the young and elderly, who could become very dehydrated. >> i wonder about food poisoning. food was in very short supply. who knows how it was stored. i don't think there was much in
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the way of refrigeration on board. is that a concern? >> the refrigeration went early. everyone said milk was not just room temperature, it was warm. so a lot of people stayed away from food products. a lot of people were, interesting, cleaning their own bathrooms, asking for bleach. they were cleaning their own bathrooms because the staff just couldn't get to their own quarters. of course, as we know, a lot of people were sleeping on decks. food poisoning would have hit early, within hours to a couple of days. those people who did get sick were isolated from everyone else on the boat and now the real risk as a delayed infection is the sewage. you're right. double whammy. food exposure first and fecal exposure second. >> a lot for people to deal with. i know a lot of people are happy to be back on dry land. thank you for your information this morning. >> reporter: you bet, savannah. only the top die-hard sports fans. you will not believe some of the
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welcome back to boston and our friday field trip as we enjoy a performance from the dance team. >> that is dedication. these ladies have been out here for a while. it is no secret that people here are passionate about their sports teams. we searched high and low, all across new england to find the biggest die-hard fans. take a look. >> i'm lynne smith and i'm the biggest red sox fan. i love the red sox and i like to show it. i have outfits for all occasions. this is my opening day hat. whoo hoo! there's just a feeling of being a red sox fan. it gets in your blood. my powder room is all red sox and we do have some wonderful toilet paper for all you yampgy
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fans. ♪ let's go red sox >> i'm the world's biggest patriots fan. it's definitely in my blood. i kept adding to my out fit. over the years i got patriots jersey, hat, patriot pants and eventually came to the face paint. now it's become a ritual. it wouldn't feel right if i went to a game without my paint on. nothing would stop me from going to the game unless i was hospitalized. got to support the team. >> go, patriots! >> i am ag nechlt s novial, number one boston celtics fan. i think i was born with celtics blood in me and i bleed green
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for the team. i only miss games if it's a furm or wake of a very dear friend. this is my get-up. green earrings, pocketbook, suit and my shoes. this is the most interesting part of the selection. my barbie doll, like myself, number one fan. i also have a parquet floor. and if you notice my hair is the same color as the basketball. one of my finest features. let's go, celtics! >> they love their teams around here. bob ryan is a columnist for the boston globe. how are you? >> i'm good. >> did you get a sharp, stabbing pain in your chest yesterday afternoon?
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i walk ed into fenway park with savannah. >> it's fine. >> when a yankee fan and another fan walk in there, into the cathedral, do alarms go off, biohazard alarms? anything like that? >> we have sensors. >> what is it about this town? why are people so rabid about their teams? >> boston was a charter of the american league in 1901. red sox -- celtics were a charter member of the nba. bruins were a charter member of the nhl. it's just passing down stories from generation to generation. >> boston fans have long memories. give me your favorite boston sports memory ever. >> when they won the world series in 2004. the red sox won the world series. and illustration of this for the next year, in obituaries all over nupg there would be family members saying i'm so happy that grandpa ed or aunt ethle or uncle frank lived to see the red sox win the world series.
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>> do we have five seconds for the worst? >> people were hold iing up babs all over new england saying you're going to see them win the world series. one of those babies i just spoke to. he was 27 years old and he was one of those babies who was held up. >> always fun to be here. always a pleasure. >> thanks so much. we want to thanks the celtics team as well for helping us out with a little spirit this morning. as your life and career change, fidelity is there for your personal economy, helping you readjust your retirement plan along the way. rethink how you're invested. and refocus as your career moves forward. wherever you are today, a fidelity ira has a wide range of investment choices to help you fine-tune your personal economy. call today and we'll make it easy
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the air, boston has become a hot spot for film makers looking for a bit of that new england charm. it takes that certain boston look. che check. a unique neighborhood. check. and, of course, that unforgettable accent. >> we're not talking about his trainer, sweetheart. >> check and check. boston may not be hollywood east but it's quickly become a go-to location for a-list film makers. >> when i think about who i am and where i'm from, i still feel like the same kid i was in boston, for sure. >> ben and matt helped to put boston on the movie-making map with "goodwill hunting." >> well i got a number. how do you like them apples? >> dozens of boston-base hits have followed. mystic river, "the fighter." >> our locations are unlimited, the ocean, cobblestone, foliage. we have snow! they love snow in hollywood.
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>> reporter:. >> actor comedian lenny clark was born and raised in boston. he has agreed to give us an inside look into some of boston's most famous movie spots. tour guide maria gracia. >> tell us why we're in a bar this early in the morning. >> a really important site for "good will hunting." the booth where matt damon takes m minnie driver's character. this is our first date, lenny. >> how do you like them apples? >> cheers. >> are you ready for this? >> yeah. >> big scene coming up. >> oh, from "goodwill hunting"? >> yeah. you'll be robin williams' character and i'll be matt damon. >> fantastic. are you kidding me? he won an oscar for this. >> i know.
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the pressure's on. >> what is this? >> do something we both have time to. >> you have no idea what you're talking about. >> let me tell you about this location. we saw martin sheen go in this door, right? at the end of the scene, what happens? will leonardo dicaprio runs down and lands right here. do you want to re-enact the scene with me? >> sure. >> just lay down. this is it "departed" in 30 seconds. there you go. >> we're at "cheers." >> i want a double scotch rock. >> coming right up. >> let's go get a beer. just ahead, we're learn iin
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us you're sprinkling us with more beautiful news. >> even the day after valentine's day. you deserve it. a great looking day shaping up. you can see the camera starting to shake. not a cloud in the sky. offshore winds will warm us up today. i'm happy to report it is going to mix up our atmosphere enough to get us moderate air quality range. no unhealthy readings. 72 for san jose. gets interesting down in gilroy. 77 degrees. close to 80 degrees for the middle of february. hard to believe. as we head throughout the next couple of days, temperatures stay mild and then the rain, the cold, old man winter back in the mix. tuesday through thursday of next week. let's check the drive. it's rush hour. >> looking over 880, north past the coliseum slow. we just had a crash at oak street to the north into downtown. it has cleared now. took 20 minutes. that's the reason for the backup here on the maps. you see a slow drive. 580 slow just north of 13.
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that's okay. that's your commute through oakland. slow also with a stall reported on the incline. no lanes blocked. sounds like we have metering lights clear at the toll plaza itself. south down through san rafael. there's a crash just south of that richmond san rafael bridge causing a slowdown. >> for the record, i didn't like winter when he was young. that's a whole other story back in a half hour with more. hope to see you then.
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we're back now, 8:00 on a friday morning, the 15th day of february, 2013. that's a great band. they're called the drop kick murphys, singing the unofficial anthem of the city of boston. i'm shipping us to boston from the great movie "the departed." and they're going to be providing some music for us in just a little while on this
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friday field trip for "today." i'm matt lauer, along with savannah guthrie, here in faneuil hall marketplace. such a big crowd of people that have been here all morning long. just want to give you this view, walk around and actually show the people back home. thank you so much for coming. this crowd goes all the way to your side. >> we had to divide and conquer. we have so many great fans. i just met a lady who has -- skipped going to the doctor today because she had to be here. coming up, we are going to talk about all the things that make this such a great town. and, of course, including the famous boston accent. we're going to do our best to learn it. we've been practicing and we're going to sample some of the taste of the town, too. >> also ahead, boston native mindy kaelin is here, from "the
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office" and "the mindy project." what she loves most about this town. first, back to new york. al roker has a big announcement. al? >> that's right, guys. we have a nice crowd here, too, having a good time. our next friday field trip, savannah, matt, natalie, willie and i are all jetting off to miami. we're going to south beach in miami for a little fun in the sun. and it just so happens south beach wine and food festival will be under way. so, we will have as many great chefs who will be cramming our set as possible. it's all going to be next friday, our friday field trip. we will be having a good time. guys? >> all right, al. that sounds great. thanks very much. look forward to that. let's go back to new york again. we're doing the hopscotch thing. let go into natalie who has all the top stories. natalie? >> good morning again, matt and savannah. danger from outer space when
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a ten-ton meteorite streaked across the sky and landed in a remote part of russia, 90 miles east of moscow. scientists say it is not related to the 150-foot asteroid expected to pass within a near 17,000 miles of earth today. the disabled carnival cruise ship that became a floating nightmare for thousands of passengers and crew finally docked overnight in mobile, alabama. relieved passengers said they were looking forward to hot showers and working toilets. many had high praise for the performance of the crew after an engine fire last weekend left the ship without power. blade runner olympian oscar pistorius appeared today in court where his agent said he disputed the murder charge against him, quote, in the strongest possible terms. the south african aeth leet athlete wept openly as prosecutors said they would pursue a premeditated murder
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charge in the death of his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. she was shot several times thursday inside pistorius' home. quick roundup of what has you talking online. brad pitt and angelina jolie are uncorking a new project. they're about to release the first wine produced under their own label made with organic grapes from their estate in france, a rose debuts next month. whites and reds will soon follow. this viral video shows the awesome power of the ocean. jon hoover was diving off maui when a huge wave created a vacuum that pulled him backwards over the rocks. hoover, fortunately, was not hurt. new jersey banjo prodigy is picking and grinning during his foot-stomping version of "rockwood deer chase." ♪
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johnny performs with brothers ravi on fiddle and tommy on guitar. they all got skills. back touts al with a check of our weather. >> kind of a junior version of mumford & sons. like that. sunny, breezy, milder, temperatures in the upper 40s today. we do have some changes coming. meantime, more heavy rain down through central and southern florida. a few showers making their way through the mid and lower mississippi river valley. we're expecting plenty of sunshine in the pacific northwest. santa ana winds will be kind of breezy through southern california. look for a gorgeous day up and down those santa ana winds bringing l.a. to 80 degrees
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today in the bay area more like 72 degrees. perfection on the way for oakland. beautiful clear start to the day. right now still a little chilly out there, but we're already warming up. 45 degrees in san jose. at noon today, san jose, 70 degrees. the south bay will be the warmest. look at some of these numbers. 77 for gilroy, 76 in santa cruz and even san francisco touching on the low 70s. everything changes next week, we bring in the rain and the cold. have a great weekend 3 >> and let's head back to boston with savannah and matt. >> al, thanks. coming up from boston, we'll kick our friday field trip into high gear. what do we have here? >> positive ton revolution jerseys. >> personalized. love it. >> we'll also speak to mindy kaelin. >> and your top videos of the week all on friday. but first these messages. oh, steer clear of kristen,
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known as kelly kapoor from "the office" and is starring on "the mindy project" and is a best-selling author. i also understand she's an amazing cook. did we miss anything? >> i have an amazing catwalk. >> do you want to demonstrate? >> not in these heels. but, yeah, what a nice introduction. >> you have a gazillion fans. this is your hometown. >> yeah. >> where is the boston accent? >> i never had one growing up. everyone thought i was just from california. i love t i think it's kind of sexy actually. >> do you have any boston lingo that you still use? >> i say wicked. >> that's wicked awesome. >> yeah, for a woman in her 30s i say wicked probably more than i should. yeah, that's pretty much it. >> let's talk about some of what you've been doing. you've got "the mindy project,"
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a great show. you play someone named mindy laheary, a doctor who is very successful but has, shall whoa say, a complicated romantic life. what did you have to do to get into this mindy character? >> because i am like a nerd, it was really fun to play -- the character is so much more fun than me. she parties a lot. and, yeah, i have -- all my writers help me come up with crazy stories. >> everybody loves you on "the office," of course. we saw you in the season premiere, series finale. will we see you in the finale of "the office"? >> that's the plan. i have no idea what the story line is. i'm really excited to see how craig daniels and those guys write t i would love to be part of it. and that's the plan. >> tell me about growing up in boston. what is one of i don't you are favorite things about the city?
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>> i love that it's freezing cold out and i've been here since 3:00 in the morning. >> barely wearing a jacket, by the way. >> are they drunk? like they're so into it. that, to me, is so boston to me. i don't know. that's just hard core fans, red sox, celtics. they're just like, do or die. >> there's so many great comedians that come from here, jay leno, amy poehler, dennis leary, conan o'brien. is it in the water? >> i think because it's so cold here all the time and people are terrible drivers. we have a lot of good qualities. you have to be a toughy here. >> mindy kaling, great to have you here. thank you for being with us. >> yeah. thank you. >> matt and i learn the fine art of that boston accent right after this. [ male announcer ] why is kellogg's crunchy nut so delicious?
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one of the first things you notice when you come here to boston is, some would say, distinct way people speak. >> just a little bit different. there's some strange vowels, missing rs. are bostonians really missing
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something? new york talks its own distinct talk. chicago has theirs. >> i don't have an accent. >> down south you'll find a familiar greeting. >> howdy. how are y'all doing? >> while those out west are a little laid back. >> chill, man. >> do you want to put -- >> sometimes fear. >> and very often imitated accents. >> i don't know what your reputation is. in this town -- >> can be found right here in boston. >> i'm from boston, too. so you're looking great. good for you. you're not better than me. >> there is the upper crust boston accent made famous by the kennedys. >> ask not what your country can do for you. ask what you can do for your country. >> then the accent distinctly from south boston or southie. >> birds of a feather flock
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together. >> but no matter where in boston you're from, there's no denying there's a way of expressing yourself like no other. >> it's bizarre. >> it's impossible to find parking around here. >> are you trying to say how i say my rs, is that it? >> not just the accent that's different. >> you won't find sprinkles in these parts. >> they're jimmys. >> don't bother looking for the water cooler. >> it's a bubbler. >> grocery bags are -- >> bundles. >> it's not a rubber band. >> it's an elastic. >> well-dressed man may hear someone say. >> don't you look dapper? >> and if you ask for direction s you might hear something like that. >> you see dunkin' donuts, you've gone too far. turn a u' y. >> it's kind of a calling card. it adds local color to speech and the more local color the better. >> the roots of the boston accent are as deep as this
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city's history. >> you can actually trace features of the boston dialect all the way back to the earliest settlements of new england. r dropping and other features have to do with areas of england that the prominent bostonians were coming from. >> while some research suggests that regional accents across the country are fading, for now a party in boston is still -- >> a party. >> a party. where is the party? >> all right. let's get more of this. a native of these parts, wendy, also a speech pathologist. she will give us a lesson so we can learn the authentic accent. you can slip in and out of it, can't you? >> i can. >> give us the none and then the yes. >> okay. the non would be it's not hard for mark wahlberg to speak boston because he's our local star from dorchester. >> boston way.
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>> it's not hard for mark wahlberg to speak boston because he's our local star from dorchester. >> you train people to lose their boston accents but not because you think they should, right? you don't want to start a mob scene here. >> no, we don't want to start a mob scene. some people feel a boston accent -- no accents are wrong but sometimes accents can be distracting. and when people speak, especially actors and actresses or people that have to make sure that their message is really being listened to closely and not how they're saying it but what they're saying. >> a couple of envelopes here. >> we do. >> you'll have us try a couple of phrases with my typical new york action intent then with your boston accent. >> all right. >> here we go. >> first one for you, matt. >> okay. will bobby wier be at the weird party? that would be bizarre. >> okay. >> or -- go ahead. will bobby orr be at the wier
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party? that would be bizarre. >> okay. >> now savannah's turn. >> you like it? >> absolutely. >> nan my tucson, arizona, accent. can we get pizza? >> can we get some pizza in the north end? i'm starving. >> it's getting there. it's getting there, savannah. >> who wins the baked beans, me or savannah? >> the baked beans. >> it's a draw. >> wendy, thank you. >> thank you so much. i'll see you later in the rot d rotunder. >> good one. thank you. >> back to willie, natalie and al for "today's" top clicks. >> it is time for "today's" top clicks. you get to pick your favorite video of the week. >> al points out savannah sounds a little more like edith bunker, archie. she has a little bit of that.
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>> shekeep working on that, savannah. last week it was a land slide. a lot of us saw this one, little amaiyah fast asleep until her favorite song comes on the radio and she turns from full ram sleep to full "gangnam style." ♪ i mean, who is going to beat that? >> i love the sister's reaction. >> her little sister kills me on that one. >> she gets an assist from her little sister on that one. big winner for you all last week. this week, pretty stiff competition. bakersfield condors, minor league hockey team, bring a live c condor on to the ice during the national anthem. what could possibly go wrong? ♪ banner yet wave
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o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪ >> hit the locker room, showers and all of that. >> into the locker room before they could finally corral him. >> getting his hand caught in the cookie jar or his entire face in the sprinkle jar. >> can you explain to me why the sprinkles are empty? >> they're not empty. >> look at me. did you eat those sprinkles? >> no, i did not. >> you know it's not nice to tell stories and to lie, right? look at mommy. you're not supposed to lie. tell me now. did you eat those sprinkles? >> no, i did not. >> deny, deny, deny. >> and he's taken that -- that's his story.
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>> evidence all over his face. >> he was actually on ellen this week and she posed a series of questions to him and he fibed. there may be a pattern developing. last, but not least, final jeopardy response to team tourname tournament, the category, military men. >> and this is the clue. 1944, he said "the eyes of the world are upon you." now we go to leonard cooper, looking pretty happy. why? did he come up with -- dwight david icen ha isenhower? >> no, he didn't. >> the response was eisenhower. he didn't know, but he didn't need it to win the $75,000. let's recap, "gangnam
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style," condor, sprinkles or jeopardy. next your local news. . you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. it's 8:26. i'm marla tellez. san francisco police are investigating a shooting that ended in a crash where several people were hurt. police say it started at the intersection of eddy and jones street when a stolen town car tried to get away from officers. after a short chase, the driver of that town car swerved on the sidewalk to avoid spike strips. police say one officer standing by shot at the car.
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the town car kept going, eventually crashing into a taxi and two other cars at fifth and mission. the suspect was arrested and four people hurt in that crash. mike is talking about a commute that is u-g-l-y in free nt. >> and i have no alibi. south 880, dlr, that's where reports of an injury crash may be blocking some lanes. it does sound like all activity is isolated to the center divide. sounds like the car crashed into a pole on the shoulder, then across the roadway. the map shows you how slow coming into the area through the fremont funnel. down through mission is probably better. things are clear northbound 101 and 280. >> ty, thank you so much, mike. we'll see you again at 8:56.
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8:30 now on a friday morning, the 15th of february, 2013. we're on a field trip in boston,
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massachusetts, while al and natalie hold down the fort in new york. we have made our way inside the faneuil hall marketplace. we are at an institution here in boston, regina peep pizzaria. can we get six slices of everything? >> absolutely. what would you like? >> take a big bite and we'll be on our way. >> excellent. >> we've got to eat. >> we will. >> love it. also, as he chews his food, come to boston, you've got to try the chowder. we're at boston chowder just across the way. we're taking the place down. nice to see you. this is classic new england clam chowder, right? >> right. and you have to say it right, chowder. >> boston roll? >> that's exactly what it is. >> there's no cream in there,
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right? >> no. >> delicious. on a cold day like this, that is perfect. can you pack up about ten of those to go? >> absolutely. >> i want to eat it but i'm afraid i'll wind up wearing it. thank you. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> we're inside the faneuil marketplace that opened up. >> longest serving mayor. when you say sounds, we'll have some music from a great band called the dropkick murphys. they love this town and they are loved in this town. but first let's go back to al in new york. al? all righty. thanks so much. we've got our crowd here. they're looking pretty good. let's look at the weekend and see what we've got. starting off with tomorrow, showers in the pacific northwest. snow squauls around the great lakes. sunny and warm through the southwest.
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windy conditions continue into southern california. showers in extreme southern florida. sunday, sunday, look for snow in northern new england, windy conditions. snow showers around the great lakes. snow in the western plains. windy in texas. hey, good morning to you. taking a live look over the golden gate bridge. just a beautiful start to the day here. temperatures are going o be comfortable today. we're going to reach the 70s in every single city across the bay area. 73 degrees inland today. bayside, 70 and 68 degrees. yeah, it's going to be a little bit on the chilly side only for pacifica. everybody else getting a taste of the 70s. a touch cooler by sunday the 60s return. then monday to tuesday, showers, cold air and clouds move in. >> what a cutie here. you made her cry. >> you're making her cry now. she was happy until you came over. >> no, you made her cry. >> you made her cry. >> no, you made her cry. >> matt and savannah, you made
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her cry. >> thank you very much, al. we appreciate that. also, we have run into boston's longest-serving mayor in his 20th year in office, thomas menino. sir, good morning. great to see you. >> what a great show this morning. >> what makes this city so popular? >> the colleges, the vitality, health care. but just excitement happens here every day. it's not a boring city. things are happening. >> it wasn't boring last weekend when you guys got, as you would say, hammered here by a snow storm. you had a blizzard and you handled it really well. >> thank you very much. we did a fairly good job. we had some issues but i think overall it was an a-plus job. we take the hits when they come. >> i know you came bearing gifts. do you have a proclamation for us?
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>> i won't read it all. you don't want to hear that. but i do hereby proclaim february friday, february 15th, 2013 to be "today" show day in the city of boston. congratulations. >> thank you, mr. mayor. >> great to see you again. >> boston globe said you had met 57% of the residents' approval here in the city. great to see you. we'll take a look at the quirkier side of this city. first this is "today" o
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we're back with more of our friday field trip here in boston, faneuil hall marketplace. we've shown you some of the must-see sites of this city. >> now we're going to see the quirky side of boston.
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for that we turn to ron mott who makes boston his home. >> good morning, ron. >> it's hard to believe. it's been 15 months already. since i spent so much time on the road covering politics, it's only now just starting to live like one of the locals. >> reporter: ever heard of candle pin bowling? me either. it's the boston/new england pastime. shoes, check. candle, check. candle? >> time to roll. that is not how it's done. invented in wasser, massachusetts, pins like candles, smaller balls. hitting them much harder than it looks. >> that's hard to hit. >> reporter: even for a pro like peter flynn. >> no one's ever rolled a
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perfect 300 and that's perfectly okay. >> it's as new england as you can get so it is such a tradition here. >> reporter: from the alley to the ice. this is boston common, america's oldest park. of course, if you spend any time in boston you'll wind up on a pair of skates. the park has been here since 1634. the ice rink is relatively new. and for a newcomer like me. >> you know how to walk, right? >> reporter: barely. a helpful guide never herds. bostonians and visitors alike hop onto the frozen pond every chance they get. >> winters are tough up here and so we make the best of it. skating and skiing are two ways. >> you have to keep straight. >> reporter: no two ways about it. >> you're doing okay. he's standing on his feet. not falling backwards. side to side. >> reporter: the bruins won't be calling. now a lot of cities think it, but boston is at the center of the world.
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no place is that more evident than here at the mactarian. a hidden gem tucked away in the city. if i can remember where in the world i parked my car. >> got a little work to do on the accent. the longer i live here, the more i love it. it's a great place to live. >> good to see you, ron. thanks very much. >> you bet. >> when we come back, our friday field trip rolls on. we're going to sample some great food, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> we're back now on a friday morning in the heart of boston, massachusetts. you can't come to this city without sampling some local food. >> we're going to make an easy one-pot dish, just a few simple steps. chef michael shoud here, a chef
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at a couple of restaurants here. >> where do we get started ? >> it doesn't really matter what time of day it is. you have the dubious honor of cracking open -- >> dubious? that's huge. >> local shellfish. i started little carrots, onions, celery, garlic. little local cod in here. savannah, i've got a sharp knife here. >> you're going to give savannah a sharp knife? >> yeah. >> sorry. don't tempt me. >> the hospital is right around the corner from here. we'll be okay. >> how am i slicing it? >> i would like a little beer. >> i'll take a beer. >> all right. >> if you can pass me some of the shellfish. >> i've got it coming. >> hold on. i've got the knife! >> thank you so much.
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what we're going to do with this. >> i'm just slicing. >> put this in the order they're going to cook. clams are first. >> no cream in this? >> no cream. >> tomato based. >> it's a dish from italy, strong italian population in boston right by the north end. this has some local clams, mussels, shrimp. i'll ask you to take that tomato and put that right in here. >> just pour it all in? >> most of it. about three-quarters of that. i'm going to give you this back, matt, if you don't mind. >> what is this, tomato sauce? >> pureed italian tomatoes or canned. it's cold here. we don't always have the best weather to grow tomatoes. canned tomatoes are always consistent. >> a dash of everything? >> good pinch. always season it later if you want. rosemary and thyme in here. if there's something you don't like or you can't get locally, substitute whatever you want. what's nice about this is putting the local cod in, it
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thinkens the sauce as it cobbings. beautiful local bread. we have a red flannel hash. >> what is that? >> it's an interesting idea. red and gold beets, potatoes. this was a way to utilize last night's corn beef and cabbage. i tried to rup update it by not cooking it to death. i did homemade pastrami to give it some spice. so this cooks for about -- each dish, each component of it, a minute or two until it starts to open up. you don't want the clams and mussels to cook forever. they sort of shrink up then and get tough. you just want them to open up until it looks like this. beautiful shellfish stew. >> that's beautiful. >> served with beautiful grilled bread. >> you grill your bread. >> or put ton the bottom and it
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can be a thickener as well. it's a one-pot dish. chopped parsley? >> i will. will you tell us about these cupcakes? >> instead of boston cream donuts we did boston cream cupcakes. chocolate with boston cream on the inside. how does that taste? >> this is really good. >> i'm glad you had the version he made and not my version. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> great to have you here. coming up, we'll get some music. the dropkick murphys are here. first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series brought to you by toyota. the dropkick murphys have been entertaining our crowd all morning here in boston. "shipping up to boston." they are out now with their eighth album. we're thrilled you guys have either stayed up late or gotten up early to join us. thanks so much. >> good to see you. >> what is it about this city that inspires you? >> it's just where we're from, where we came out of. i don't think many cities in america could spawn a band like us, for better or worse.
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we've been doing it for 17 years. we're like bed bugs. they can't get rid of us. >> you started in the basementative barber shop in quincy, mass. you were traveling around in, i think you called it, a crappy van. >> crappy van to say the least. >> have things changed a little bit since then? >> the van's gotten a little less crappy but not much. >> you have big followers. fans here in the rotunda, chanting all morning long. people like the boss, bruce springsteen love you, mumford and sons. >> if you only get to know one popular guy, it might as well be bruce springsteen. it's nice to meet the people you look up to and not have them be jerks. sometimes they are, but bruce is everything he seems to be. >> pops in boston, pretty huge, right? >> it's like a homecoming, when you're away on tour as much as we are, you come home to boston. all your friends, family, relatives frrks my youngest child, who is 3, to my
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89-year-old grandmother there and everyone in between. it's a nice thing. >> that album is called "signed and sealed in blood." eighth album from the dropkick murphys. ladies and gentlemen, here they are. take it away. ♪ the pictures tell the story this life has many shades i'd wake up every morning and before i'd start each day i'd take a drag from last night's cigarette that smoldered in its tray down a little something and then be on my way ♪ ♪ i traveled far and wide and laid this head in many ports i was guided by a compass i saw beauty to the north i drew the tales of many lives and wore the faces of my own i had these memories all around me so i wouldn't be alone ♪
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♪ some may be from showing up others are from growing up sometimes i was so messed up and didn't have a clue i want winning no one over i wear it just for you i've got your name written here in a rose tattoo ♪ ♪ in a rose tattoo in a rose tattoo i've got your name written here in a rose tattoo ♪ ♪ this one's for the mighty sea mischief gold and piracy this one's for the man that raised me taught me sacrifice and bravery this one's for our favorite game black and gold we wave the flag this one's for my family name with pride i wear it to the grave ♪ ♪ some may be from showing up others are from growing up sometimes i was so messed up and didn't have a clue
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i ain't winning no one over i wear it just for you i've got your name written here in a rose tattoo ♪ ♪ in a rose tattoo in a rose tattoo i've got your name written here in a rose tattoo ♪ ♪ in a rose tattoo in a rose tattoo i've got your name written here in a rose tattoo ♪ ♪ this one means the most to me stays here for eternity a ship that always stays the course an anchor for my every choice a rose that shineses down from above i signed and sealed these words in blood i heard them once sung in a song it played again and we sang along ♪ ♪ual always be there with me
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even if you're gone you'll always have my love our memory will live on ♪ ♪ some may be from showing up others are from growing up sometimes i was so messed up and didn't have a clue i ain't winning no one over i wear it just for you i've got your name written here in a rose tattoo ♪ >> the dropkick murphys here in boston. check them out on tour. check out their new album, signed and sealed in blood. guys, thank you so much. really appreciate it. >> we have the best time in boston. we've been here, i don't think we've had a bad meal yet. personally, i'm walking right back to the chouda, to the pizza, to the seafood stew. thank you for coming out, everybody. >> you know what? fenway park to here at faneuil
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hall, i worked here in the past. it's great to be back. the people have been so warm. we really appreciate it. we have to come back here for another show in the near future. >> you guys are sweetheart. >> they are. let us take a look now at a little bit of the week that was. thanks for watching. can't say this is unprecedented for a pope to just step down but you have to go back 600 years to find another example of it. >> i'm as started as the rest of you and as anxious to find out exactly what's going on. investigators spent the night of what's left of a cabin where that massive manhunt for christopher dorner came to an end. >> he ran after her. >> terrifying scene in russia overnight. ten-ton meteorite plunging to earth. the ordeal is finally over for the passengers aboard that crippled cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. one of the brightest stars of the london games and he has
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been charged with murder. >> pistorius was taken into custody. received the medal of honor this week. congratulations. >> thank you. in that moment you just knew you had to rally the guys. we had to stick together as a team like we've done time and time again and dig deep. ♪ some nights i stay up cashing in my bad luck some nights i call it a draw ♪ ♪ some nights i wish that my lips could build a castle ♪ >> you guys can go. i'm going to get the plane. >> steve harvey is in the house. >> super model naomi campbell stop i stopping by. >> guys are quite interested in the show today. >> kate upton right now, al, being photographed. life is good. >> yes. >> we are on a friday field trip in boston. >> will bobby orr be at the wier party? that would be bizarre.
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taking over the internet, it is the harlem shake. ♪ you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. it is 8:56 now. i'm marla tellez.
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travelers may see delays on an sfo runway this weekend. they're working to make one of the major runways more earthquake safe. work will continue through next monday morning. mike has delays for the commuteren o the 880 in fremont. >> big problems. look at the twitter handle on the bottom of your screen. subscribe to that. i'll update in it the next half hour. it is crawling, a crash blocking two lanes just past dixon landing road. the person injured unresponsive.
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back now with a special hour of "today" on this friday, february 15g9, 2013. it's called help me i'm stuck. if you feel like you're in a rut we'll try to help you out this morning. i'm willie geist joined by natalie morales, al roker and our special guest, donny
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deutsch. >> never in a rut. >> wearing the bracelets, everything else will fall into place. >> that's a man with a daughter. >> every one of these comes from one of my three daughters. >> sweet. next hour we'll introduce you to people who, maybe like you, may feel stuck. from changes in your career, your love life, your style, we've brought in experts like donny. we put up a poll on today.com. interesting to see the results. we just tallied them. we asked where in your life do you feel the most stuck? in your work, love life or appearance? 39% said appearance, 37% said at work and 24% said in their love life. are you surprised by those numbers? >> i would have thought a little heavier at -- i wouldn't have thought appearance is at the top. >> appearance is at the top. >> i would not have thought
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that. >> appearance you can change. >> maybe can't lose weight. i think it's mostly about weight and health related. interesting thing about what i would love to say to all our viewers in any category, you can overthink all this stuff to death versus just saying, you know, why not me? i deserve to be -- mumbo jumbo, i deserve to have that great next job or great love. you can't be afraid of failure. just go for it. the worst that happens, it doesn't work out. just everything that has to happen, you can't be afraid of taking a shot and missing. the real failure is to not give it a shot. >> you have to put yourself out there. if you don't put yourself out there, you never know. >> for some people it works. you have a job. the check comes every two weeks. you don't love that job but it's steady. to go out on that limb it's difficult. >> it is difficult. one of the segments i'm doing later on in the show, you can hedge it. everybody at home has some thought about their next dream. you don't have to blow up your life to do it. start doing something on the
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weekends. >> spark start. >> that's what he said, look, he was working a day job but at night -- >> sales. >> he was working on his novel. and, obviously -- >> i want to say to everybody, at the end of the show, make a decision right now that whatever you take away from this show, your body, love life, that you're going to do t it has to start with i'm doing it. that's it. everything else is mumbo jumbo. make that decision now before you watch the rest of the show. >> appearance, your love life, your style, all that is going to come up throughout this hour. take two, the art of reinvention. speaking of reinventing yourself, a couple of famous names who have done that recently, ben affleck, showered with awards for directing "argo." i think he called it the 2003 year. >> phase. >> where he was with j.lo, in the tabloids every week, came out with a bunch of movies that were bombs. and he said to himself, i'm going to step out of this life. he said i'm not going to act anymore. i'm going to focus on directing. a classic move of reinvention. it's worked out great for him.
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>> the town just put him on the map as a director. >> and a couple of other movies. "argo" most recently. some are saying he is the hottest director to work with in hollywood. he had a skill set but perhaps needed some failure in his life to make him go after that dream. >> by the way, not a slacker in the acting category. >> no. >> great example, though, of taking a competency -- not straying completely away from it. let's say somebody at home is a bank teller and they're bored with it and they want to start to do party planning. it seems different but you're dealing with people all day long. you have your people skills. i guarantee you can find anything in what you're doing now that can have a shade of what you want -- take affleck. directing? no, he wasn't a director, but he was around it. >> we've got a little bit of his speech. go he got this award for directing bafta. this is a second act for me.
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you've given me that. this industry has given me that. i'm so grateful and proud and i just want to dedicate this anyone else out there who's trying to get their second act. you can do it. another actor, nicholas sparks, and another author who wrote "the fifty shades of grey" she said it was her mid-life crisis writ large. she just started writing steamy book. >> whoa all know what happened next, starting the 2012 craze, a top-selling book. >> based on donny deutsch. >> his love life. >> 65 million copies of this book. >> unbelievable. >> pretty good mid life crisis. >> we should all be so lucky, right? take three, we've all been through this. >> we have been. >> in one form or another. professional or permanently? >> just getting started in this field in journalism. coming out of school, i couldn't find a job that actually paid me a salary. i was recruited by a bank at the
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time, was in a management training program. i was in finance for two years, thought i completely left my dream behind. >> look at this. wait a minute now. >> but then i kind of kept going. i persevered, got a job at court tv and then finally that led to news 12 the bronx. that was my first on-air gig. >> the old -- >> look at that. >> kerchief. >> i was a flight attendant. >> hiding a hickey or something? >> oh, nice. >> somewhere -- really? you were mr. smooth back -- >> just an excuse to show that. >> mr. smooth. >> what about that? >> mr. smooth in atlanta? >> i was totally professional. working at cnn in atlanta behind the camera, not doing what i wanted to be doing. you have to know at some point it's not going to happen here. >> yeah. >> i picked myself up and moved to new york city and looked for new opportunities. you have to be able to look yourself in the mirror and say it's time to move on. it may not be comfortable but you have to pull the plug. >> that's right. al, how about you?
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>> i was very fortunate. i started doing weekend weather when i was a sophomore in college. that kind of put me on that path. just transition wise, still i was worried about getting enough physical activity and i just made the decision about nine months ago, i want to bike to work. i just decided i'm going to do it. i really feel like it's made a change in my life. the days i don't do it, i miss it. i've got some sort of activity and i'm taking charge of being healthy. >> makes for a fun commute, too. >> it does. and you learn a new language. >> donny, have you been stuck? >> early on i was working for my dad. he fired me. it was actually the best thing that ever happened to me. and my dad was going to sell the company. i knew he really didn't want to, but he was like, i wasn't working out. i went to him and said, dad, don't do it. i want to come back. i want to -- taking on the responsibility of telling my dad don't sell -- like give up that opportunity. it just brought something out in me. i needed more than just doing it for me. not that i did it for him but i
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needed to know i made that commitment. sometimes you have to do what i call put a stake in the ground where there's no margin of failure. that's what happened to me. the game changer for me, i was maybe afraid of having children. i had them later in life. it's been the greatest joy. the very thing sometimes you're most afraid at gives you the most reward. i've gotten more pleasure and i think i'm better at that than anything. walk right into what you're afraid of. the irony is that it's probably what you'll be best at. >> deemed the better late than never club. >> bltn club. stick around, donny. you'll give some budding entrepreneurs some advice. before that, natalie has a look at the headlines. danger from outer space when a ten-ton meteorite streaked across the sky and landed in a remote part of russia, 90 miles east of russia. injured some 500 people there, causing shockwaves. it is not related, experts say,
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to the 150-foot asteroid expected to pass within a mere 17,000 miles from earth today. disabled carnival cruise ship that became a floating nightmare for thousands of passengers and crew finally docked overnight in mobile, alabama. relieved passengers said they were looking forward to hot showers and working toilets. many had high praise for the performance of the crew after an engine fire last weekend left the ship without power. blade runner olympian oscar pistorius appeared today in court where his agent said he disputed the murder charge against him, quote, in the strongest possible terms. the south african athlete wept openly as prosecutors said they would pursue a premeditated murder charge in the death of his girlfriend, model reeva steenkamp. police say she was shot several times thursday inside pistorius' home. body found in a burned-out cabin in southern california tuesday was that of fugitive ex-cop christopher dorner. officials made the confirmation thursday through dental records. the cause of his death was not
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yet released. more fallout today from the battery problems that grounded boeing's 787 dream liners. competitor airbus says it's dropping the lithium ion battery from its new a-350 wide-bodied jets because of uncertainty over the technology. airbus will use conventional nickel cadmium batteries instead. standoff as senate republicans block a final vote to confirm defense secretary nominee chuck hagel. they will try again to advance his confirmation when they return from a ten-day recess. former presidential candidate now a grandfather to 20 children. ann tweeted the good news on valentine's day about her growing family and share this had picture of the proud mom and dad, mary and craig romney. congratulations to them. most wives might expect their husbands to surprise them on valentine's day, this woman turned the tables by hiring a singing telegram to serenade her
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hubby where he works, the dmv in kansas. ♪ >> all righty then. too much caffeine? that's phil harmonic, belting out "kiss from a rose" bringing out laughter there from the dmv for the first time in history. >> i want to go to that dmv. there's nobody there. >> that line is great. >> what is that? is it closed? >> if you need to have your driver's license renewed, you know where to go. >> pleasant-looking dmv. >> clean, wide open, bright windows. >> a man in a red suit serenading you. >> i call it heaven! anyway, let's show you what we've got as far as your weather is concerned. threat of some northeastern snow as the low pressure system comes
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across, transfers energy to a system off the coast. we think it's going to stay well enough off the coast to just cause a glancing blow. however, there is some uncertainty in the track of this storm. we'll keep you posted on it. right now we're looking at generally one to three inches of snow. from central connecticut up into northern new england, we could see as much as three to six inches. that's what's going on 9:11 now. breathe it in. beautiful, beautiful temperatures. comfortable out there. everything's going to change next week. so that is the moral of the story when it comes to today's forecast. 77 on the way for gilroy, 72 in san jose, 73 in los gatos. just about as warm tomorrow, then we drop off on sunday still holding on to the upper 60s. monday into tuesday we really drop off bringing in the rain. >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks.
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♪ ♪ now to help me i'm stuck, advice on everything from careers to looks and we'll help two women get out of their style rut and our special glam squad is laurie, style editor at lucky magazine, harry, john frieda stylist and malley, the creator and president of mali beauty. good morning. >> good morning. >> our survey, 39% of people say they are stuck in a rut when it comes to their appearance. let's get to our makeovers and start with a look at darcy's story rst.
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>> i'm a 34-year-old single lady living in las vegas. i teach physical education. my wardrobe is sweat pants, sweat shirt and pony tail every day. this is my closet. these ones i wear for working out every morning i got these in 1997. we've got the turkey trot 5k together, the really, really ugly sweat shirt that i threw away. i've got four or five of these beautiful turkey trot shirts. i don't think my style has changed too much from high school. help me. i'm stuck. >> all right, darcy. we're ready to see you. come on out, girl. show us what you've got. all right. this is darcy before. look at her now. oh, my gosh. she was hiding this body under those sweats. >> amazing. >> that is crazy. let's start with you. >> she looks -- >> what did you do? >> incredible. first of all darcy said she only
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worn a dress a handful of times. when we found out this body was hiding under those t-shirts and jeans, we wanted to show it off. the tip here is really look for one of your best assets. for darcy, it's her waist. it is teeny tiny. we chose this dress because it has a fit and flare capability. this is kind of like everybody looks good in this dress, right? >> yeah. absolutely. >> yeah. >> wide belt. >> my waist is not that good but yeah. >> details putting it all together. we wanted to add some pops of color. everybody needs that little black dress. we gave her a pop around the belt to again accentuate that and threw a little leopard print pump on there. because it elevates the look. i think this is something that darcy will get a lot of use out of. at the end of the day we want darcy to be happy. >> you look great. all right harry, what did you do? >> you know what, she is a gym teacher and i took that in consideration when coming up with a look. i wanted something that was not just for today but her life. the fact that she's going to
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wear her hair in a pony tail every day, the bangs were a perfect thing for her to do to bring her look to a total modern 2013 look. we darkened the hair color. her eyes are beautiful and blue and that kind of -- she never colored it before. i thought it gave her a nice dramatic -- look at the shine. >> beautiful. >> high shine. another head of hair. >> malley, what did you do to give her a glam look? >> the same thing. she is a gym teacher. we are not going to turn her into rupaul. we want to keep her with her lifestyle. so again, really she has gorgeous skin. about lifting her eyes. she lacked definition in the face. great eyeliner, mascara to lift and open the eyes keeping her looking like her, a little blush. that's all you need. >> darcy, going to throw out
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that turkey trot sweat shirt i hope? >> i don't know. >> hanging on to it. you look great. this is comfortable so it's jersey. thank you very much. next, let's take a look at jilene's story. >> my name is jilene watkins and i live in memphis, tennessee. i've been stuck in a rut this past year but i anxiously want to get out of t i'm recently divorced after 16 years of marriage. i was heartbroken. suddenly a single parent. a mother on the go. i found myself wearing more and more pants and jogging suits and my wardrobe just became a bit outdated. this is my favorite jogging suit and it is known as the weekender. help me. i'm stuck. >> so our team is helping her out. okay. here she is before, jilene. let's see her now. come on out. ♪ this girl is on fire >> she is on fire and looks amazing. quickly, laurie? >> what we did here, we wanted to give her a big, bright color dress. we threw the biker jacket over it to balance the style. >> it's all about the balance of the tough with the girlyp. she looks amazing. >> harry, her hair is short.
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>> a little shorter. we made it so smooth, so clean. wanted to change the shape of her face by the side part. bangs changed everything. >> great eyes. that's what it's about. she's a single mom so we wanted to make her fierce and sexy. smoked it out. really keep her young looking. not too much makeup. >> are you ready to put yourself out there? >> i am. looking forward to it. >> get out there and go get them. looking like this. you success all over you. congratulations to both of you. >> thank you. >> come back out darcy, too. thank you to our wonderful team. great job, job well done. coming up, a make-over, though, but for your career. but first, these messages. great job. i'll give you five. need a good reason to change shampoo? l'oreal paris creates new total repair 5. our most advanced level of haircare. it fights five of the top hair problems. total repair 5 with ceramide targets weak, limp, lifeless, dull, and straw-like hair.
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blocked by the justice department. the u.s. attorney's office denies that claim. several people are hurt this morning after a police chase ends with a shooting in san francisco. police say a stolen town car tried to get away from officers near the intersection of eddy and jones streets. after a short chase t car swerved on to the sidewalk to avoid spike strips. one officer shot at the car which kept going before crashing into a taxi and two other cars. the suspect is now under arrest, four other people are hurt. we'll take a look at the forecast.
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9:28. welcome back. taking a live look at the hills in sunol. beautiful clear sky overhead. we need the rain to keep these hills green and it's on the way. but not before we get to 80 in some places. 45 degrees in san jose, 44 in gilroy. look at santa rosa, they're still at 35 degrees because we
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had a stubborn pocket of fog that hung out there all day. it's our turn. 77 degrees for gilroy, 74 nor santa teresa and getting into the weekend holding strong for saturday. then we cool off and add more clouds for sunday. can't catch a break in fremont, huh? >> no, no, very tough, the drive itself. the crash that caused all this slowing southbound 880 it has cleared just past mission boulevard. major injuries reported to one of the people involved there, but the accident scene is clear. all lanes reopened in the last 15 minutes. a slow recovery going on south 880 to dunbar. mission just funnel down into the same area. north 880 toward oak street there's a slowing southbound disabled vehicle. there's the toll plaza. that's the tone for friday. >> wide open. >> we'll be back at 9:56.
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what's annoying now besides everything? here's what's annoying me. people telling me to hydrate. i don't want to hear about hydrating. you need to hydrate, jerry. you better hydrate. you're on the plane. you're in the gym. you have to be hydrating. make sure you're hydrating. are you hydrating? do you know what could happen to you if you don't hydrate? you could get dehydrated! >> late-night laughs from jerry seinfeld on letterman last
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night. it was fun having his wife here. >> had a great time yesterday with her. >> she was hydrating a lot. >> lot of hydrating. >> you were on with leno, lester, the other night. >> i was. i never touched a cup of water. >> i'm willie geist, along with al, natalie, lester and erica hill. more on our special hour called help me, i'm stuck. advice for two women who started businesses on the side and want to make their pet projects their main business. >> can we get another shot of -- look at that profile. >> look at that nose. >> all right. wow! he'll recover. plus kick starting your love life. how to rev things up right now. we'll tell you. expert advice on how to land your dream job. first a preview of what's coming up this weekend on "today" from lester and erica. >> thanks, guys. we'll hear more from the passengers of the crippled
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carnival cruise ship that spent days stranded at sea i spent the day at fbi academy in quantico. i got in on the action, taking part in real-life scenarios used to teach future agents. >> even more reason to be just a little leery of lester holt. he seems real nice, but keep your guard up. plus, have you ever take n look at your hotel bill when you check out and it just seems maybe there are a few more charges on there than you expected? we'll tell you about those unexpected fees. also, ladies and actually men, everybody here, we all have a lot to learn about cars. we went to a special class just for women. women auto know. right? helping you get familiar with what's upped the hood so the next time you go in the shop you're not feeling intimidated because you have a better sense of what's going on now. >> do you know how to change oil now? >> i don't, but i do know how to
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change a tire. >> first tire change? >> yes. >> her first tip, audra, she likes you to put on gloves to protect your hands. >> your nails. >> to break a nail. it is. absolutely. >> call 1-8 hu00-auto-club. that's how i change a tire. how about a check of the weather? let's look at your weekend. tomorrow a system is making its way up the coast, may bring light snow in the northeast and new england. showers in the pacific northwest. sunny and warm in the southwest. southern california will see windy conditions. those winds stretch into the mid mississippi and down into the tennessee area. i should say texas region. look for plenty of sunshine along the gulf coast. windy and snow in northern new england. we're looking at more snow around the great lakes. that's w 9:33 now. taking a live look from emeryville facing out towards san francisco. you can see just how clear it is this morning. beautiful conditions. and warm temperatures to accompany that clear blue sky.
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77 degrees in gilroy today. 72 in redwood city. and 71 degrees in fairfield. look what happens when we get into the weekend. temperatures start to drop off. today we'll peak at the warming trend. sunday back to the 60s. >> and that's your latest weather. willie? >> all right, al. thank you very much. with us in studio this morning, two women who say they are stuck. they work full-time jobs while also working on passion projects they hope will pay off for them. nurse darlene procter wants to make her business party styling boutique of catering events a full time job. and taking her business of photography to the next level. donny deutsch is here to help us out. we came with baked goods and beautiful photographs. darlene, let me start with you. tell me about the business, where it is now and where you want it to go. >> where it is now is it's still
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in my home. growing a little bit at a time while i'm still in culinary school i decided to take some classes at the community college in their program to learn more about the business. where i would like it to go is brick and mortar and for it to become my full-time job. >> you do a little bit of everything, party planning, baking? >> event planning as well. >> first impression? >> firstly, you've done the hard part. you are a road map to take that first step. while you have your current job, start to take one foot in is the hard thing, that's number one. number two, you're doing what you're passionate about, which i love. so my advice to you is every place you go now, every party you have, every -- even the customers who are at the party, say, hey, here's my card. everybody, every musician that's there, gv them your card and say, oh, by the way, i'll give you 10% of everybody you send to
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me. make everybody around you ambassadors. don't be shy with friends and family. let everybody know this is what i'm doing. the great news is that you've done the hard part. i want to say to everybody at home you don't have to blow up your life. you can basically keep your current job, if you're a full-time mom you don't have to give that up. just an hour aweek, two hours a week, start. you'll be amazed what happens. >> you're working a ton of hours, francis, a banking job and now this side project. how do you manage it all? >> i just work a ton. i work 40 hours a week as a manager at one of our local banks and pretty much from the time i get home until i go to bed i kind of balance it all and get it done and shoot weddings on the weekends. >> is this a case of you not loving the job you're in or more just wanting to branch out and doing is that you're truly passionate about? >> i absolutely love the job i'm in. i would love to do this full time. i have been extremely grateful to have a fantastic team i work with at the bank that's been super supportive. i just would love to be more of
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a creative outlet and do that full time. >> what's the point at which frances should make the leap full time? >> you say i work all night long. you probably can't home to do it. the answer is when you do it -- there's no one answer when you are making 50% or 60% as much. when you follow your gut and see, okay, now i've done 50 clients with photography, next you're you'll do 100. my rule of thumb is wops you're somewhere between half and 60% of the income you're making from your regular job, it's just going to get better. i want everybody to look at her face at home. she's now working 80 hours a week, but she's loving it. if it's what you love, it's not work anymore. just do it, man. >> darlene, did you learn anything from donny you'll use as soon as you get back? >> it's encouraging to know i have my foot in the door. >> you've done the hard part. let's go! >> coach donny, giving the
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locker room speech. we'll dig in to some of this. big success to the both of you. keep chasing your dreams. >> thank you. >> up next, getting your love life back on track after this. i'm phyllis, and i have diabetic nerve pain. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course, i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals to like a thousand bees that were just stinging my feet. i have a great relationship with my doctor. he found lyrica for me. [ female announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, changes in eye sight including blurry vision, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or skin sores from diabetes.
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on help me i'm stuck, kick starting your love life. married for 20 years, shawn and jeff want to focus on their relationship. and a father looking to date again after a hiatus. good morning, all. >> good morning. >> great to have you here. matt, let me start with your story. father of an 8-year-old boy. >> yes. >> single dad. >> right. >> your issue is you're not getting out there enough? >> not getting out there enough and not having enough time to do it. he's starting to get older a little bit now. as he does that i feel like i need to get back out it's a little scary after five years. >> you haven't had a date in five years? >> no. >> no? wow! what's keeping you? are you afraid to put yourself out there? >> there's part of that and then part is work and being a
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full-time father as well. it's just difficult by the end of the day. 8:00, 9:00 rolls around, my day is gone. >> do you live in seattle? it sounds like the "sleepless in seattle." >> you live in new york? >> a lot of women would say what a sweet guy. >> thank you. i think i'm ready to do it with a little bit of help. >> lori, you're a matchmaker. what do you recommend? >> do you date online? >> i've tried that. but haven't in five years. >> how did that go? >> not so well. couple of dates didn't seem to work out and the last one was the point i realized i'm not going to go online dating. >> you can't give up. two out of ten people last year met their soul mates online. i'll help you redo your profile. you have to put yourself out there, take the risk and show your son. he's going to start asking you about love. >> it's coming. he already has a crush. i won't say who on tv but --
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>> i want to jump in and say you also have to get rid of the negative beliefs. a lot of times this doesn't work for us is believing it won't work. you have to be consistent and know it will work for you. >> 100%. you have to believe in yourself. >> okay. >> all right. i think we've got some work cut out. we'll have to do a follow-up with you. i have a feeling next time you're here you'll have somebody on your arm. shawn and jeff, tell us your story. you've been together 26 years, is that right? married for 20 years. >> right. >> you feel like your relationship is stuck in a rut a little bit? >> little bit. we started dating when we were 15 and have been together ever since. so in the beginning of a marriage, it's always just the two of you and you do fun things together and now that job and child and life kind of gets in the way and we just don't -- don't know how to make time for each other anymore. >> when was the last time the two of you had a date together alone? >> last june. >> it's been a long time. all right. who wants to start?
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>> this is not an unusual thing for couples. you said it. you have to get back to what it felt like in the beginning, where there was courtship, fun, excitement. number one thing you need to do is not just date night but a twist on date night. plan it for each other and take each other's needs into consideration. so, there's some anticipation, some playfulness, some excitement. remember, you want to get back to this feeling of what it was like at the beginning, feeling excited with each other. >> you still love each other, right? you still love each other a lot? >> i would use texting often. flirt through texting in a great way through the day. >> we've started doing that. >> get your flirt on, put yourself out there. i see we're going to be doing follow-ups with you all and hopefully things will be on the other end on a much better note. thank you guys so much. coming up next, we'll help you find your dream job after this. nature's true celebrities aren't always the most obvious.
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i'm 29 years old and i'm stuck. i went back to college and graduated in 2011 with a b.a. in advertising. i was ready to begin my dream of working and living in the new york area. six months later, my savings had run out. i hadn't found a job and i was in a truck with all my belongings, moving back to my home state of texas. since then i have literally spent almost every day looking for a job. i just don't know what to do or where to look anymore. help me, i'm stuck! >> hi, i'm toni biachi and i need help getting my career back on track. i was very fortunate to have the opportunity to stay at home and raise my daughters. when my youngest went off to college, i decided to jump back into the work world. i was told that since i had not worked in the past five years, the only position open to me was as a secretary. there's no room for advancement and i absolutely need something more challenging. help me, i'm stuck.
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>> all right. that's why pam is here. pam, first of all, you say to these ladies online is really important. >> absolutely. i have four pieces of advice for you all today. and the first one is about linked in. i know, toni, i looked up both of you on linked in before i came on the show and i did look up cici. toni was not on linked in. toni knows she needs to be on linked in. that's the first place an employer is going to look for you, is on linked in. you want to have a great profile with a photo, talking about who you are and why somebody would want to hire you. sheila is on linked in and uses it all the time. i would like for you to get more involved in groups on linked in. it's a great way to network with people in your industry, ask them questions and make great contacts. >> you also looked at their resumes. >> i did. i talked to sheila about this a little bit earlier. she needs to professionalize her e-mail address. that's really important. we want to get you an e-mail address with your name at a g
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mail or something that's more business like than your aol address from when maybe you were a teenager. for toni, i'm recommending a skill-based resume for you, which is something that a lot of women have taken time off and done a lot of volunteer -- if you've gotten great experience and you want to list it in a way that lists your accomplishments, maybe not a chronological resume, which is the typical, but a nice, professional profile, talking about why somebody should hire you based on the skills you've acquired. >> and skills that could transfer as well. >> absolutely. >> it's not just what you know but it is really who you know? >> yes. 80% of jobs are gotten through networking. that's a really high number. you really want to mind those important things like your alumni associations are fabulous. a lot of colleges and universities are really working toward helping alumni get jobs. definitely go back, meet with alumni, interviews and professional associations as well. i know you're a member of some.
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i know you're in houston now. >> yes. >> there are lots of chapters. i did some research for you, from marketing associations, professional associations and even your chamber of commerce is a great way to meet contacts. >> thank you. good luck, ladies. we'll check back in with you. we're become in a moment. first this is "today" on nbc.
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coming up next week, we'll hit south beach in the friday field trip. and the food and wine festival. >> i can't wait for that. and hoda and kathie lee wrap up week two on location in sunny california. that's next after your local news and weather.
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you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. it is 9:56. i'm marla tellez. in san leandro counselors are on hand to help students deal with a homicide on campus. the school was closed yesterday after alameda county sheriff's deputies found a 19-year-old man dying on campus wednesday night. deputies are looking into whether he was shot over a game of dice. show far, there are no arrests. you made it to friday. let's check the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> hey, another beautiful day shaping up for us. we do have moderate air quality. we notice that layer of haze. we could be doing worse in the air quality department. it's not a spare the air day. average is 61 degrees so highs today and tomorrow are going to be anywhere between 10 to 15 degrees. that means 77 degrees on the way in gilroy.
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tomorrow we take your temps down just a couple of degrees, sunday 60s return. we'll see how you're doing on your drive with mike inouye. >> a very tough drive through fremont. i told you half an hour ago they cleared the crash and major injury accident south 880 right around mission boulevard, but still slow. look at how far it's backed up from basically mission or actually south of mission toward scott creek road. back to the dunbarton bridge. an unexpectedly very slow once you're coming south from union city into fremont. 680 an option for you, warm springs, as well as for the surface streets through that portion. we're looking at slow drives northbound 101 just north of 880 and also north 280 just north of the 880 interchange coming through town. >> mike, thanks so much. we'll be back in 30 minutes.
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from nbc news this is a special edition of "today" with california girls, kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from santa monica place in santa monica, california. >> hello, everybody. >> oh, my gosh. >> hi, everyone.
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>> how happy are we, hoda? >> thrilled. >> valentine's day wasn't so bad after all. >> valentine's day was all right. did you all have a nice valentine's day yesterday? >> well, we are so happy to be here at santa monica place. for those of you that don't know, this is a huge, beautiful outdoor mall. indoor-outdoor, and it's -- >> it's all lined up all the way around. thank you very much. thank you. >> thank you very much for coming. thank you. >> one crazy, but -- >> they have been so kind to us here at santa monica place. next week we're moving to a new location, and this is going to be very hard to beat, hode. >> it certainly will. >> thank you to everybody. >> you went and saw your girlfriend chris jenner. she's been an old friend of mine, and she hates the word old, but we're old. godmother to the two littlest, the two jenner girls. all i ask is that she keeps them off the stripper pole. i don't ask for much. we took a visit up to their
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beautiful, beautiful home and got to sit down and talk about some of the more serious aspects of their life as well. >> we're going to hear from her, and we also have this crazy roller derby girls who are here. have you heard of them? where are they? >> they're over there. they're lined up. >> they're a little crazy, but we're going to have fun with it. >> our drink of the day, hoda woman, is a roseberry bliss punch, why not, made with rose wine and grapefruit, orange and lime juice because you're so healthy out here in california. >> every drink we've had has been extremely healthy. delicious. >> that is delicious. >> here's the question for you. before you got engaged -- >> we have to say that's from make raw cuisine. >> make raw. >> i want to call it make. >> she tries to be so -- >> make raw, oh, i love that place. >> okay. you guys come with signs today, by the way? let's see what you got because we are going to pick -- oh, what is that?
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you just ripped -- okay. >> last minute. >> please show her sign. she ripped the sign off of a box. its cook, and that is all. >> there's nothing written on the back. >> the california -- >> we love -- >> who is here? >> have i no idea -- >> what's that say, honey? >> san diego. surf's up. >> we're going to give a present to the winning one, and it's some slim pickins today. >> over here. >> yeah. >> that's kind of -- that's -- >> anyway, the winner gets a mug. empty, but a mug. nonetheless. >> that's right. >> so here's a question. before you say "i do" before you get engamed, what are some of the questions you and your significant other should ask one another? okay. this comes from buzz.com. here are the questions, and we are going to either agree or
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disagree by writing it on our little chalk pad. okay. before marrying, you should discuss what kind of visit schedule you will have with the in-laws. i write -- i say disagree. who cares? are you guys already planning when to -- >> i say yes. it can become an issue. talk about it. they're just saying discuss. what's the next one? >> discuss your responsibility -- >> what's that saying? discuss or not discuss? >> no. they're with me. >> you're divorced too. >> number two, should you discuss your responsibilities around the house, like who should do laundry, who should get groceries? >> yes. >> no. raise your hand if you say no. all the single people. >> it's all the things you fight about. >> discuss living habits. does one like to stay up late? does the other like to watch too
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much tv? okay. i'm sorry. >> oh, my god. >> what's going on in that front row? what is that? seriously, what is happening? do we know them? okay. okay. >> they're having a discussion, right? >> we're married! >> newlyweds, yes. >> what? >> you've been pranked. >> we've been pranked? >> that's right. >> we have all the cast from "off their rockers." >> you guys are so smart. >> if i had seen your face first, i would have known it. your face was someplace else if you know what i'm saying. >> oh, that's fun. >> all right. these guys are going away for the long president's day weekend. >> are you sick of this?
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>> we're done with that. it got old. so here's the question. >> hold it down, women. hold it down. >> there are lots of germs that are in hotel rooms that you need to pay attention to. you know, there are certain things you already think about, like the toilet, the bathroom, and all that stuff, but here are some things you may not have thought of. ready? the ice bucket. >> how can germs live in that kind of cold? >> but they're holding on. it's the handles on the outside. the alarm clock. >> stick it -- >> the alarm clock. when you hit it. you know what i'm saying? okay. >> what are you saying, hoda? >> the telephone. especially the one in the bathroom. >> yeah. newlyweds having trouble with that one. >> the bathroom faucet. you know you don't think about wiping those down. here's one for you. the bible. the bible that's in the -- >> sadly, the bible is probably the cleanest thing in the -- nobody picks it up to read it. people think it's boring, and
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people that have never read it -- >> and continue. the pens. the pens that are sitting there on the side of the notepad. >> for those of you that don't steal them. because if you read your bible -- >> and the room service menus. >> e we, they don't -- >> why would you wipe it down? >> that notebook, you open it. >> wiping everything down before you -- >> i don't. >> you can't live like that, hoda woman. >> i know. i do agree. i just wash my hands a lot, but not crazy. i don't purell a lot. >> how about we just get over it and stop whining about everything? >> all right. now -- >> tammy. >> can we just look in the back row, these two guys with the puppets? we might -- oh, we didn't see you guys. >> we didn't see you guys. >> oh, my gosh. >> it's age inappropriate, and there are not spanx showing, so i know it's not me.
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>> are those anatomically correct? >> there's a new dance, called the heel hop. you work out in heels. allegedly it's supposed to be good for you. >> so if you don't break an ankle, you can lose some weight. >> you can burn 500 calories in one hour. camilla barrett, the queen of heels. hi, camilla. >> yes, camilla. >> yes, girl. >> hi, mama. >> you are a wonderful dancer. >> you look beautiful. >> thank you. thank you for having me. hoda, how are you? >> sorry. >> show us the dance. >> okay. well, ironically, heel hops started in second row at a presence concert. my mom is a famous songwriter, and i had silver heels on, and he saw me and gave me a ten-minute solo, and from there heel hop was born. >> i want to start with core engagement. you are standing up, and i want you to do my drop and tuck. pull your core in this way. then you're going draw your shoulders forward in a
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contraction. there. the two top abandonals. you're going to lift up. >> stick out. >> let's hold the body weight up and tighten your kneecaps. >> how about you hold it up for me? >> i got you, by. the dvl will certainly. you're going to tighten your kneecaps, and you're going to stay on your big toe and second toe. you're using your knees to tighten so your muscles support your lift. it's just not weight loss. weightlift. trying to keep you light off your feet. >> we just have about ten more seconds. >> the runway. right foot cross, left foot cross. slow to cross. five, six, seven, eight. we're going to get a little cardio. and press. two, three, four. heel, toe, heel, toe. s one, two, three, four. >> i am nauseous. thank you for this. >> it's amazing. >> give cress our love. >> wonderful. >> all right. >> can we bring out our girls?
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bobbie. hello, bobbie. >> we're so excited bobbie is with us today. >> well, i love being in l.a. because this is where my home is. mom and sister and everyone. but what black is to new york, nail art -- >> i know. everybody here is into nail art. >> nail art is what l.a. is all bshgs and i know you never ever want to to it, and i won't ruin your manicure. >> please don't. i just got one yesterday. >> i won't ruin it. one really big trend is this foil manicure. do you see these foil kits that all you do is apply a top coat that gets tacky, and then you literally press -- >> that's the word. >> i think it's fun. >> of course you do. >> next it's nail lingerie. lingerie for your nails, which i am going to freak kathie out. it won't ruin your manicure. >> i'm telling you. it won't. you know i hate this stuff. >> you're probably going to keep this on. >> i hate it. oh, i hate it already.
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>> leave it on. leave it on. >> oh, bobbie, i hate it. it's horrible. >> no. >> rip it. >> oh, my gosh. >> it's not that bad. get a close up. >> now you have a ratty one. >> that looks really good. >> it's really good. it's called nail lingerie, and you can spend sometimes up to -- >> i was very careful. >> i thought that's what you were trying to do. >> that's hideous. love you anyway, bobbie. >> last but not least, you have -- you can look on our website for all the latest on the nail news. >> let's hear it for bobbie's buzz. we have a lot coming up next. >> that's all coming up right after this. kris.
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recent visit. >> ah oh. >> there goes the neighborhood. >> hi. how are you guys? ♪ >> there's lots of those mirrors around. never met a mirror i didn't like. >> i thought that too until i turned -- >> oh, it's beautiful. did bruce have a say on anything at all? >> absolutely not. >> you're in here. >> oh, there we are. >> there i am. we look awesome. >> let's try that again. we can't see either. >> awesome. ♪ >> this is the place where everybody likes to get glam together. >> may i point out your towels? >> nobody uses these. just for show. ♪ looking for hot stuff, baby,
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this evening ♪ >> this is where all thieves congregate in my family. all sticky fingers. >> i always accused them of taking my stuff, and they weren't admitting to it, so we had a sign-in system. i think they got tired of checking things out, so they left their mark. >> this is my room. >> much more grown up now. >> i was really into neutral colors. i just felt like it was more mature. >> little edgier. >> my mom said i needed a pop of color. >> this is where i work day to day. >> all of these now are covers in the last, what, five years? >> this isn't even the half of it, but these are the ones that i love. i love this picture of kendall. >> oh, kendall, that's gorgeous. >> isn't that pretty? ♪ that's what makes you beautiful ♪ >> this makes me happy because it's just so many great memories. >> what i love about bruce is he
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is so okay with this family portrait from the 1980s. >> i love this one of the two of you. >> that was when we got engaged. that was in santa barbara. we went to the beach and magically a photographer appeared, and we got this gorgeous -- it's so mean. >> we spent so much time in here. with this many people in this family, you need a lot of space where everyone can have separate situations. >> finally, you get a little glass of wine around here. my darling, you are the hottest grandmother in the world, by the way. hello. >> thank you. >> hi, mason. >> it is life's biggest joy. >> now you are going to have the third one. >> i can't tell you how excited i am. >> you have been a big kanye fan since day one? >> yes. he is such a great guy, and obviously talented, obviously got great work ethic. she is very lucky to have a guy
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that's that crazy about her. >> what's your greatest joy about your children and your greatest fear? >> my greatest joy is that they're finding their joy. you asked me what my greatest fear was with my kids. i worry a lot about their well being. >> so no regrets really? >> oh, gosh no. >> no regrets? nothing you would take back? nothing you're sorry you shared? anything like that? >> no. i never am sorry i shared because that's just my personality. i have often told you that i think my biggest regret, if i have one, it would be getting divorced from robert because i think it was a little too hasty and stupid and silly, and i was way too young to make a decision like that, but the one thing that came from that ultimately was kendall and kylie. >> love you, sweetie. >> thank you for having me in your home. >> i'm glad you're here. >> still a lot of love there. >> a lot of love. >> all right. coming up, guys, this is a craziy crowd, and we're a little scared. [ man ] i think this is a good time to tell you:
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[ male announcer ] raise your standard. >> it's time for three, two, one live where sara asks some questions from the audience. >> we're a little afraid today. >> terrified. and go. >> i'm back here with mary. go ahead. >> hi, kathie lee and hoda. we love you. >> we love you. >> i would like to know who is your favorite celebrity interview. >> favorite celebrity interview. >> the whole time or since i've joined hoda? >> since you've joined me. that's when your life started. >> just last week. don't tell regis or frank. the truth is last week i had one of our favorites. julie andrews was on our show, and i'm sorry, i love the new people coming up and all of that, but when you sit down with a legend like julie andrews and she is still the sweetest human being on the planet, still
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gracious to every person when the cameras are off, you are looking at a real pro and a real human being, so i would say julie andrews lately. top that, hoda. >> mine is really legendary too, and he is just one of those people that is sin anonymous with the word florida. there's something about him that just -- >> there's a difference. >> yes, indeed. >> julie andrews. florida. >> tiny dancer, you may recognize her from santa monica. >> okay. >> do you guys like your job? >> do we hate our job? >> do we like our job? >> do we like our job? >> their boss is standing right over there. >> do you want our job? >> kind of. i would like to. >> you know what is fun, we really do have a good time together, and i don't think it even matters what we're doing. whether we're here or whether having lunch or whatever it is, we always have fun. that's part of it. if you work with someone you really like, you get to have fun every day when you go to work. i think we're pretty lucky. >> that's right. the best advice my daddy ever
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you're watching "today in the bay." >> 10:26. good morning, i'm marla tellez. travelers may see delays on an sfo runway this weekend. construction crews will be working to make one of the airport's major runways more earthquake safe. those updates are required by the federal government. work will begin tonight at 10:00 and will continue through monday morning. travelers experiencelight delays last month when another runway was closed for some similar work. check the forecast and also the roads after the break.
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welcome back. the time is 10:28. a live look from emeryville. a little haze out there. moderate air quality range. we'll check on the drive with mike. 72 in livermore. and 72 degrees in redwood city. enjoy it while it lasts. first, check your drive. >> i'm showing you actually no backup, but it was there, believe me, south 280 from 880. we'll look on the map. there's a crash at meridien. had all of the lanes closed for a short period of time. now all the southbound lanes have reopened as they cleared the crash. the fastlane still has yet to clear. backed up to 101. very late for all of this slowing throughout the area. the monterey expressway from the great mall closure there.
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use calaveras to the north if you can. 880 heading out to the area southbound 880 shows a sloudown toward mission boulevard down to the scene of the earlier crash just south of mission, marla. but it's recovering. >> we'll have more of our day's top stories in 30 minutes. today's style is brought to you by yoplait. learn how to take your look from good to so good with tips from today's style experts. >> we are back with try day friday with today's style from santa monica place in beautiful los angeles. >> when the sun shines, it's really gorgeous out, but sometimes when it goes behind the cloud, like right now, you sort of want to add some layers. >> that's why we style expert
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and author of "never pay retail again." >> daisy is here. >> she's going to tell us how to weather things. nice to see you, daisy. >> it gets chilly here and the thing with layering is you can really look chic. it's all about choosing thin layers and deciding if you layer over or under. >> i see a lot of denim jackets and scarves too around l.a. >> absolutely. you got to protect the neck. >> next up is melanie, and we can see a picture. she's got cargo pants, a tank. >> melanie started off with cargo pants and a regular peplum tank. we gave her some layers to warm it up. we gave her an embellished collared blouse. >> tell us about it. >> and a bootie. it can get cold at night. >> go ahead get ready because it's -- including the shoes it's under $100. >> that's it. >> you're kidding me.
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>> she looks sensational. >> including the shoes. >> it's all about layering. just warming it up and still keeping the thin layer without adding pounds. >> that is such an l.a. look. i can't imagine that in greenwich, connecticut. >> she's an l.a. girl. >> beautiful. thanks. >> thank you. >> next up, our next look is janille. you can leave the house in a morning wearing this and thinking, like, what am i doing? >> you know, every girl loves their jeans. every l.a. girl has jeans. she's wearing the skinny jeans. she had a simple tank on. sometimes it has a last minute implication and you want to spruce it up. you're going to love this look. four layers she's wearing. she has now aqua sweater. bright yellow. then we also gave her a single blazer. >> every color in the rainbow. >> i know. she's all the sorbet colors. the thing is, though, you want to make sure you're accenting the waist. these cute skinny jeans, they're
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$50. >> $50? they're from here at keen in santa monica place. she's wearing layers, and she doesn't look bulky, and she's warm. >> that jacket, too. that's great. >> thank you so much. >> thank you very much. >> all right. next up we have ashley. she's wearing a chic dress, and this is sort of like the picture before you layer it. right? >> exactly. every girl needs her go to dress. ashley had this cute dress on. it's a baby doll dress. the thing is it gets cold. with her we gave her a different kind of layer. we layered a little sweater under the dress. >> what? >> and we're going to show you. we gave her a super cool leather jacket. if you just -- that's so cute. take the jacket off so we can show them the little -- >> oh. >> exactly. >> we layered a necklace over it. she looks completely different. >> the necklace is not part of it. >> it's called a collar necklace. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> the next one is a splurge. >> sometimes have you to let it go. >> kate has a french connection shift dress. this is kind of before the layering, right? >> i can see both of you guys in
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this dress, actually. it's super cute. actually, we -- >> what did you add, a sweater? >> we added a sweater and leather vest. now it looks like a pencil skirt, not a dress. >> oh, cute. >> that looks great. i like that. >> you would northeast know. i love the pencil skirt. >> that's a dress? you just threw a sweater on top of it? >> also, a new way to layer is with jewelry. we call it arm candy. you can layer the jewelry. you never have to worry about adding pounds, and the thing is with the jewelry, you just choose one color and different shapes and textures. >> that looks great. >> all right. thank you very much. >> sara is going to head for the beach. >> oh, good for her. >> grab her boards and do all that kind of thing right after this. >> so young. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] at yoplait, we want you to feel even better about your favorite flavors.
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♪ >> it is time for sara in the city. our girl sara is going to hit some l.a. beaches. >> i hear were catching some waves. >> i didn't exactly hang ten, but i sure tried. i hoped in a convertible and drove up the coast and enjoyed some sun, sand, and serenity. >> the los angeles coastline boasts over 25 miles of warm, sandy beaches, a playground for over an estimated 50 million visitors per year. my first stop of the day? malibu. watching the sunrise. ♪ >> we're in l.a. let's hit the beaches. whew! >> driving down pacific coast highway with the top down, i'm tapping into my l.a. state of mind. ♪ >> i'm at one of the most famous
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♪ >> with the setting sun, what better place to end my day than with yogi cathy ryan of yoga girl party at the send of sunset boulevard and will rogers beach. >> close your eyes. take the warmth in of that sun. beautiful, sunny afternoon in southern california. lengthening the whole left side of your body. >> with my new california calm, i reflect back on the day. i have achieved my west does zen with a couple of friends. wish you were here. >> oh, phenomenal day, baby. >> ah. >> good for you. all right. coming up next, betty white's friends are off their rockers.
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>> excuse me. where did you get this? >> i got it -- >> straight across. >> actually, almost stwrait straight directly across. the aisle we're in, down -- over there. >> oh. thank you. it's too far for me to walk. i appreciate it. >> that's a prank from betty white's "off their rockers" pulling a fast one on yet another unsuspecting person. >> it's hysterical. the fearless group of elderly jokesters that make people laugh and embarrass young people. >> lou, reese, michael, richard,
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and melanie. >> there they are. >> when you pull off a prank like that, are you just busting to laugh? do you think you're going to blow the gag? >> no. comedy is a serious business. however, when i took brussel sprouts out of this lady's grocery basket, she chased me all through the store. i thought that was pretty funny. i laughed. >> they have to sign a waiver afterwards, right? >> yes, they do. >> most people say yes afterwards? >> yes. >> are they recognizing you, lou, now because you're kind of a celeb? are they knowing the gag is coming? >> i have a face i can blend. i look like maybe a local doctor or maybe somebody, your lawyer. no, i haven't been recognized. i'm recognized for other things that i've done. >> i'm sure you are. >> what's with the orange feather? >> i tickled you, didn't i? i'm known as the tickler. i put this in people's ear, and they turn, and then i hide the feather. >> reesa, you punked us at the
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beginning of the show. >> you -- >> you and lou. thank you very much. >> we have a little clip of something else that you did. let's take a watch at this one. >> hi. i'm a citizens against identity theft. i was wonder if anything you would sign my petition. i just need your name, your signature, your e-mail address, the last four digits of your social security number, your mother's maiden name, your pet's name, and your atm password? >> wow. no, i can't do the atm password. that's -- >> well, aren't you against identity theft? >> i am against it, so that's why i can't give you my password. basically, you're asking me all -- >> oh, my god. you get them every time. >> absolutely. >> when it's over do you say, oh, by the way, we punked you, or do you let them go off on their merry way? >> we let them go off, because we want their reaction at the end. >> they're talking to one another. >> by the time that they're just seething, then some p.a. comes up and says gotcha. >> are they always willing to talk to you guys, or do you get people that say he don't -- >> brush you off?
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>> what do you think, michael? >> we've had some people who are upset, no question. >> yeah. >> yeah. yeah. we don't know what they have in their past, but they didn't want -- >> they're not happy people. >> no. >> you fiend out later what their problems are. >> issues with their parents i have a feeling. >> one guy wanted to cut my hand off. >> were you all comedians or actors in earlier lives, all of you? everybody -- >> and, michael, were you all friends at all? were you friends of betty's? >> i think -- >> now we are. >> but before? you weren't -- >> no, no. >> anybody friends with betty? anybody sleep with betty to get this to job? >> i think lou. i tickled her. >> of course, you did. >> what makes you laugh? >> this is hilarious, actually. everything. humor is so subjective. lou makes me laugh.
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ann makes me laugh. michael jumping out of that body bag. i still think about it and laugh. truly. there's humor of where, and especially with these groups. >> lou, has it never not worked? you know, just, no, that one didn't work, and you don't even -- >> that is extremely rare. >> yeah. >> for the most part we do engage our marks and the marks stay with us for a good while. mostly it always works. >> you know what would be fun? we only have about 30 seconds. go down the line and say in one word describe what betty is to you. okay? one word. ann. >> a sister. >> love. wonderful zoo wonderful. >> nice. >> precious. >> an ice cream cone. >> ice cream cone. >> i love her. >> yeah. >> i just love betty white. >> thank you, guys. a lot of fun. >> coming up, we're going to strap on roller skates. it's a roller derby. >> fist, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ >> from off their rockers to on their walkers. these ladies are amazing. day by day you're like doctors and lawyers and housewives and things, but by night they are the hard core l.a. derby dolls. >> yes, they are. >> would you introduce yourself? >> demalicious. >> you guys have names for us? >> oh. >> smashy lee. >> look at me. >>. >> okay. this is serious business. we have walkers. we're scared of our knees breaking. do you guys worry about injuries? is that something you think about?
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>> oh, sure. absolutely. absolutely. they're trained. i mean, there's -- it takes years of practice. >> it does? >> why are we standing here? >> do you wake nup the morning when you were a little girl and say i want to be a derby girl? >> i did. oh, yeah. >> when you see it on tv and think wherever do you really slam people, knock them on the ground? >> there are strict rules. it's not -- it has changed over time, and it's an actual sport now, so there's no fighting. >> following the rules takes all the fun out of it? >> wait until you watch it. it's fun. >> so will you show us how to skate with this thing? >> oh, yeah. >> don't go fast. >> you are a natural. >> wait. wait. where are you going? >> kathie lee. >> no, no, no. here we gsh where. >> i can't go. >> you're going to be on the
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all-star team. >> there we go. >> bend your knees. >> help. >> bend your knees. >> kath, turn back around. >> all right. >> turn around. turn around. turn kathie around. >> what is so funny? >> hoda, that's -- >> wait. very, very fun people. thank everybody here at santa monica place. we've had a ball. the l.a. shores, of course, and all the awesome people who have been here. >> where are we going to be next week? >> we're going to be -- >> we want you to come he see us. >> tuesday, wednesday check kathie lee and hoda.com. ♪ spen me right round like a
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the video looks like something out of a movie. this morning more video of a meteor that streaked through the sky over russia as astronomy buffs here in the bay area watch for an asteroid set to fly by the earth this afternoon. olympic hero turned murder suspect. oscar pistorius appears in court charged with murdering his courtroom. what he did that nobody expected. add insult to injury.
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another setback for passengers across the broken-down cruise ship as the bus taking them home breaks down. >> rough trip just gets worse. a sunny day here on your friday. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. christina has a full look at your weekend forecast. you're watching nbc bay area. nbc bay area news starts now. good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. yes, this is the video that has everybody talking this morning. the massive fireball streaking across the sky in russia. >> it flew over the ural mountains outside of moscow. and this morning scientists from all over the world are talking about it. nbc bay area's bob redell is live at the space center. this coincidentally happened

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